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* '''Greek letters''', summation, integrals etc are entered using their common names. [http://www.algebra.com/services/rendering/regression.mpl?f=special.txt Examples]
 
* '''Greek letters''', summation, integrals etc are entered using their common names. [http://www.algebra.com/services/rendering/regression.mpl?f=special.txt Examples]
 
* '''Matrices''', see [[Formula plotting-matrices|Instructions]] and [http://www.algebra.com/services/rendering/regression.mpl?f=special.txt Examples].
 
* '''Matrices''', see [[Formula plotting-matrices|Instructions]] and [http://www.algebra.com/services/rendering/regression.mpl?f=special.txt Examples].
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* '''Special math notation''', such as sums, integrals, logarithms, limit etc, see [[Formula plotting-special symbols|Instructions]] of [http://www.algebra.com/services/rendering/regression.mpl?f=special.txt Examples].

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  • Powers are entered using the ^ symbol: x^2 means x SQUARED. x^(y+2) means x to the power of (y+2).
  • The plus/minus symbol is entered as "+- ", note the SPACE after +-. SPACE is mandatory!
  • Subscripts are entered using the [ and ]: example: x[1,2] = a+-b
  • Graphs, see Instructions and Examples
  • Diagrams and drawings, see Instructions and Examples.
  • Cartoons (explaining simplification etc), see Instructions and Examples
  • Simplifier cartoons (universal simplifier performing automatic simplification and showing cartoons), see Instructions and Examples.
  • Arithmetic cartoons (explaining addition etc) see Instructions and Examples
  • Greek letters, summation, integrals etc are entered using their common names. Examples
  • Matrices, see Instructions and Examples.
  • Special math notation, such as sums, integrals, logarithms, limit etc, see Instructions of Examples.